Mel Pekarsky    b. 1934

Mel  Pekarsky is an American artist  best known for his paintings and drawings of the desert, and is recognized by art critic Donald Kuspit as "one of the most significant contemporary landscape artists." Pekarsky's work has been shown by the Whitney Museum of American Art, The Fogg Museum of Art at Harvard University, the Cleveland Museum of Art, and the Butler Institute of American Art, among many other venues.

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Cold Day in a Hot Place, 2005

oil on canvas
60 X 60 inches
signed verso

$35,000

Hill, 2006

pencil on paper

22 X 30 inches

signed verso

$8,000

Coyotes

pencil on paper

22 X 30 inches

signed verso

$8,000

High Country, 2007

oil on canvas
16 X 20 inches

$4,500

Anza-Borrego Breakdown, 2009

oil and pencil on canvas
12 X 16 inches

$4,500

Pretty Poisoned, 2011-13

mixed media on canvas

54 X 66 inches
signed verso

$45,000